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  1. can't wait for them to announce the galaxy 3ds. they didn't announce the galaxy 3ds
  2. Results (as at 21/05/2015): The games which made you purchase the current-gen machines you own. PS4 WiiU XBox One 2DS/3DS Vita I have been planning to update the console ownership poll that I conducted last year for some time now, and this seems as good a time as any to do it. All the current gen consoles are very well established now, and it would be interesting to see how ownership has changed or is expected to change. As an open-ended question, it would be good to know which game(s) made you purchase the current-gen machines you own. I'm not asking for your favourite
  3. Worldwide release! All in 3D! Does look awesome. (itprintsmoney.gif?) Starting pokémon!
  4. This week, from Nintendolife, some reasonable 3DS discounts and ALL THE MEGAMANZ. Nintendo missing a trick not releasing/reducing some Pokeymen games now the Blue/Red/Yellow deal is up: Wii U eShop Frankenstein - Master of Death (Joindots, €7.99 / £5.99) - This is another puzzle / object finding title with a focus on storytelling, seemingly similar in approach to the surprisingly good Dracula's Legacy. You're in the role of Victor Frankenstein (the real Frankenstein, not the monster!), and we're inclined to be optimistic about this one based on the quality of its predec
  5. Not full list yet, but! Three Street Fighter games are on the way to the New 3DS: Street Fighter II Turbo Super Street Fighter II Street Fighter Alpha And it's buy two, get one free. All fine and dandy, but they're all the SNES versions. Which isn't a problem so much for the Street Fighter II games, but a shame for SFA2. EDIT! Full list from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Secret Files: Tunguska (Deep Silver, €4.99 / £4.49 until 4th August, normally €9.99/ £8.99) - This one actually arrived at retail in Germany quite s
  6. Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies (prov. tittle) will be the last episode of the acclaimed puzzle series that started 5 years ago on the NDS. The story takes place one year after the events of The Miracle Mask, and will conclude the storyline of the second trilogy in the series. Not much more is known about it except that Layton, Luke, Emmy and Jean Descole will all be present again, and the full reveal will take place later this year at TGS 2012. The game is expected to launch in Japan during Summer 2013, and Euro 3DS owners can look forward to the game in late 2013. Official teaser
  7. mdn2

    Lady Layton

    Level 5 have announced a new game in the Layton series - Lady Layton: The Millionaire Queen Ariadne's Plot. Featuring the same puzzle gameplay as the previous Layton games, you play Professor Layton's daughter. The Japanese release is in Spring next year.
  8. According to the latest rumours and the fact that Konami recently acquired the corresponding domain names, a new Castlevania game, subtitled Mirror of Fate is coming out somewhere in 2013. Mirror of Fate supposedly features 2D gameplay similar to what was produced on the NDS. However, this time Mercury Steam (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Clive Barker's Jericho) is making the game rather than Konami. Konami will still be publishing. It seems that Konami will be announcing Castlevania: Mirror of Fate, as a new 3DS title, at this year’s E3. The news apparently comes from the company’s appointm
  9. This week, from Nintendolife, just a Kirby Demo (which is pointless as everyone should have bought the game already): Wii U eShop Buddy & Me: Dream Edition (Sunbreak Games, €4.39 / £3.89) - This is a hugely colourful and charming endless runner that was previously released on smart devices; naturally the Wii U edition has some enhancements to suit the home console. It looks like a lovely game, though we'll see whether it's dreamy or nightmarish in a review. Defend Your Crypt (Ratalaika Games, €2.99 / £2.69) - With retro-style visuals and a full stage vie
  10. This week, from Nintendolife WAIT! From GoNintendo! Nintendo eShop (3DS) Monster Hunter Generations (CAPCOM, available July 15) - €44.99/£39.99 The hunt is about to begin in the world of Monster Hunter! Take up the role of a hunter, seeking out and vanquishing a variety of colossal creatures. Or for the first time, choose to fight as a felyne in Prowler mode and see the world through their little furry eyes! Customise your unique hunting style, weapon type and choose from an array of devastating Hunter Arts for NEW powerful moves in battle. Hunt alone offline or with your fellow
  11. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop TAP TAP ARCADE 2 (RCMADIAX, €2.99 / £2.69) - This second mini collection includes SKEASY and also a new arrival called VOLCANO. We gave the former a modest recommendation in our review, and we'll see whether its companion in this bundle is red hot or rather dormant in fun. Sudoku and Permudoku (Diplodocus Games, €0.99 / £0.89) – Well, it's all in the name, with the classic number puzzles joined by a colour-based variation. There are 1000 puzzles, 500 of each with five difficulty settings, and we thought this was a competent effort in
  12. This week, from Nintendolife, including the ever confusing HYRULE WARRIORS DLC: Wii U eShop Ziggurat (Milkstone Studios, €15.00 / £12.00) - Previously released on PC, this is a first-person dungeon-crawler / roguelike that promises to bring a different challenge every time you play as its sorcerer protagonist. It has a number of key ingredients for the genre, with lots of items and levelling up to do along with some boss encounters. There aren't many quirky takes on first-person 'shooters' on Wii U, so it'll be interesting to see whether this can cast a spell over us in
  13. This week, from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Dual Core (Gray Fin Studios, €9.99 / £8.99) - This colourful twin-stick shooter has robots as the protagonists, wrapping a sci-fi story around co-op focused gameplay. Teaming up with others locally or with the AI seems to be integral to getting through stages, and robots in the team can be gradually upgraded with progress. It looks like it has a lot of potential, so we'll process an opinion and bring you a review. Rubik's Cube (Cypronia, €2.49 / £2.24 until 21st July for users who own Cube Life: Island Survival, othe
  14. This week! Utter shite! (EDIT 6/6: EXCEPT FOR THE SALE!!) From Nintendolife (spoilered because it's mostly shite): eShop 5 Year Anniversary Sale! Wii U Art Academy: SketchPad (Wii U download software) Sale price: £1.79 (was £3.59) / €1.99 (was €3.99) 50% off Child of Light (Wii U download software) Sale price: £5.99 (was £11.99) / €7.49 (was €14.99) 50% off Cube Life: Island Survival (Wii U download software) Sale price: £5.59 (was £7.99) / €6.99 (was €9.99) 30% off Donkey Kong 64 (N
  15. Interesting: http://www.shopto.net/digital/nintendo Nintendo have gone down the digital shop route a little differently to Microsoft and Sony. Not only can you buy games directly from the eShop, but you can also redeem codes for specific games - and that means that other retailers can in effect sell things that are linked to the eShop. Until now the only company doing this was GAME, but now ShopTo has started to offer the codes as well - and these can be directly redeemed on the Nintendo site with a couple of mouse clicks meaning that you don't even have to type them in.
  16. Well this came out of nowhere... E3 2014 trailer: Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire are a fresh take on Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire, which launched in 2003 and were fan-favourite hits on the Game Boy Advance system. The new titles promise to take players through a dramatic story within a "spectacular new world".
  17. Confirmed for a 2012 release in Europe during the Euro stream. Trailer: http://www.nintendo....dsbnr#120222_m2 This will be accompanied by the DLC plans that Nintendo has for it. The idea is to distribute extra maps and scenarios after the games release.
  18. From Nintendolife, all this shite: Wii U eShop Futuridium EP Deluxe (Mixed Bag, €7.99 / £5.99 until 2nd June, then €9.99/ £7.99) - Originally targeting an April release, this futuristic and high-speed title has you flying and shooting through a variety of colourful environments. Think of a faster Star Fox with elements of the Death Star run from the first Star Wars movie, and you're going in the right direction. We'll get cracking on a review. Wii U Virtual Console Mario Slam Basketball (Nintendo, €9.99 / £8.99) - Basketball that's about a
  19. Party like it's last decade with Mario Strikers and Super Meat Boy! From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Super Meat Boy (Blitworks, €11.20 / £10.40 until 26th May, normally €14.00 / £13.00) - After being originally planned for WiiWare before the services' restrictions helped to scupper the idea, Team Meat's iconic title has finally made its way to Nintendo hardware. Brutal difficulty but tight, satisfying platfoming are hallmarks of the title on other platforms, and our imminent review will let you know what we think of this version. Color Symphony 2 (Remimory, €9
  20. This week, some stuff! Woo! And Lost ReavAAHAHAHAhahaHAhahAHAHhAHAH. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge (Nintendo, free) - A rather charming-looking release that gives a free-to-play twist to the Mario vs. Donkey Kong franchise. This time around you need amiibo figures to unlock stages, with each having their own special abilities; Mario can wall jump, Yoshi can eat enemies and so on. We'll get chummy with our amiibo and bring you a review soon. Lost Reavers (Bandai Namco, free) - Available as a beta since 14th April, i
  21. Wii U eShop Star Fox Guard (Nintendo, €14.99 / £12.99 or €9.99/ £9.99 for those with Star Fox Zero on the same Wii U) - Originally 'Project Guard' and showcased as a demonstration of unique GamePad-based gameplay, this has emerged as an accompaniment to Zero. Your challenge is to place and then monitor 12 camera feeds, spotting incoming robots and destroying them before they take out your base. A relatively simple concept on paper, we nevertheless found it enthralling and surprisingly scary in our Star Fox Guard preview; our review will be with you before launch. Available from 22n
  22. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Olympia Rising (PlayEveryWare, €4.99 / £4.49) - This is an adventure platformer with some rather stylish pixel-based visuals, as expected revolving around climbing up Mount Olympus. This looks impressive on other platforms, so we'll see how it stacks up on Wii U in a review. Paranautical Activity (Digerati, €9.99 / £8.99) - A game with a somewhat unique and controversial history, it features procedurally-generated levels and permadeath - two common Roguelike elements - as well as hordes of enemies and bosses to fight. Upgrades
  23. None of this matters because everyone is still playing HYRULE WARRIORS LEGENDS. Still, this lot via Nintendolife: Wii U eShop FreezeME (RNC, €9.99 / £8.80 until 7th April and then €13.99 / £12.59) - A 3D platformer that cites N64 titles as an inspiration and with some elements strongly reminiscent of Super Mario Galaxy, this includes a mechanic for freezing items that utilises the GamePad screen or Wii Remote pointer. It's certainly a slick and impressive offering from RNC, earning a strong recommendation in our FreezeME review.
  24. This weeHYRULE WARRIORS LEGENDS YAAAAS. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Infinity Runner (Wales Interactive, €6.49/ £5.89) - This is a first-person runner title set on a large spaceship that's descended into a nightmare, and you try to escape by running quickly and occasionally turning into a werewolf - with 14 levels it could be rather fun. Our review will be with you this week. Shantae: Risky's Revenge Director's Cut (WayForward, €9.99/ £6.99) - A re-release of the popular DSiWare title, this aims to recreate the original in HD with some helpful
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